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Posted by: Roderick Ellison - MSc BSc (Hons) AIEMA on 02/08/2011

Latest updates from our EIA department

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Categories: Ecological Contracting
Tags: EIA and planning | noise | Transport

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Posted by: Rod Ellison on 20/07/2011

Will the localism bill enable community renewable energy project - potentially!

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Categories: Ecological Contracting
Tags: community renewables | Localism

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Posted by: Rod Ellison on 06/07/2011

Localism aims to devolve power from central government to communities. What power will communities gain?

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Categories: Ecological Contracting
Tags: communities | Localism Bill | new homes bonus

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Posted by: matt wilby on 01/07/2011

DECC has just launched their microgeneration strategy. Is it a roadmap to grid parity or an aspirational document which leaves fiscal matters to the pending FIT review?

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Categories: Ecological Contracting
Tags: Mircrogeneration community renewables

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Posted by: Rod Ellison on 24/03/2011

Run of the river hydro power is planned for a number of location since the FIT made the econmoics of these schemes tenable. What are the benefits of these projects and are they green?

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Categories: Ecological Contracting
Tags: Hydro | Hydro power | Hydroelectric | Hydropower

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Posted by: Rod Ellison on 23/03/2011

National a number of weirs are being removed; for what reason are what are the ecological implications?

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Posted by: Roderick Ellison - MSc BSc (Hons) AIEMA on 18/03/2011

Following many months of discussion and speculation, The Coalition Government has now released the details of the RHI - Renewable Heat Incentive.

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Categories: Ecological Contracting
Tags: Renewables | solar photovoltaic

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Posted by: Roderick Ellison on 02/03/2011

Feed in tariffs increased for 2011/2012 financial year by 4.8%

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Categories: Ecological Contracting
Tags: anaerobic digestion | feed in tariffs

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Posted by: Roderick Ellison - MSc BSc (Hons) AIEMA on 02/03/2011

Ecosulis attended Ecobuild at Excel in east London on Tuesday 1 March 2011. The conference is one of the world’s largest conferences on sustainable building and renewable energy (micro to medium scale). At the conference we noticed a 'Save our Solar Campaign'. Ecosulis has been involved in the feasibility and planning related work for local solar PV field arrays and has been surprised that the 'greenest government ever' has threatened to cut Feed In Tariff (FIT) for these projects.

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Categories: Ecological Contracting
Tags: feasibilty studies | feed in tariffs | Solar PV

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Posted by: Roderick Ellison - MSc BSc (Hons) AIEMA on 18/02/2011

This blog considers both the controversial aspects and also positive effects of developing a site for hydroelectric power.

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Categories: Ecological Contracting
Tags: Fish Pass | Hydroelectric | Hydropower

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